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When Oscar disappears, Steve investigates a lead involving a government-operated gold mine. Guest Star: Rick Hurst as Connors. While Steve is helping a science team place earthquake sensors on the ocean floor, their boat is notified that the nearby country of Santa Ventura has broken off diplomatic relations with the US. Before their boat can leave the area they are captured by a Venturan patrol boat and Steve must help the team to escape.
Christian Nyby. Suffering from complete amnesia, he is taken in by a psychologist who is operating a home for people with mental health problems. Steven Austin gets embroiled in the controversy, amazing both himself and all witnesses with his seemingly inexplicable superhuman strength.
As he searches for his true identity, Oscar Goldman leads a team trying to find his forgetful friend before his faulty wiring becomes fatal. Herschel Daugherty. When Steve jumps a 12 foot fence to fix a malfunctioning space capsule, a newswoman happens to get it on film. After her boss sees the footage he attempts to kidnap Steve so he can sell him to a foreign country. Steve consoles a woman, with whom he was once romantically involved, after her husband apparently dies in a plane crash.
When a plane carrying an atomic warhead crashes on a South Pacific island, Steve is sent to retrieve it, but finds that an ex-Japanese fighter pilot, Kuroda, has taken it to his home. Steve must successfully navigate his way through the booby-traps and get the warhead before a rogue guerilla group does. Doctor Dolenz returns and kidnaps Oscar, replacing him with a lookalike robot in an attempt to steal the formula for a new energy source.
Margaret Armen. The last known golden cougar is on the verge of being hunted down by local ranchers trying to stop their livestock from being killed. Steve's friend, and a local rancher, asks Steve to help him save the cougar from extinction. Kenneth Johnson. Revolutionaries kidnap the wife of the US Ambassador to the nation of Balinderry. In exchange for her release, the revolutionaries want their imprisoned fellow revolutionaries freed.
With the help of Julia Flood, his liaison with the kidnappers, Steve attempts to rescue the ambassador's wife. Noteworthy moments: This episode features bionic wheelchair rolling, and a bionic pillow fight; first appearance of Martin E. Brooks as the third Dr. Noteworthy moments: This episode features bionic carving of graffiti on a tree trunk; Steve's father is portrayed; the bionic duo suffers a rare failure in their assigned mission; the soundtrack includes the song "Sweet Jaime," performed by Lee Majors.
Guest star: Chuck Connors as Niles Lingstrom. Kuroda from episode and Steve are reunited when Kuroda asks Steve to help him investigate reports about a boy living with wolves. James D. Noteworthy moment: The flight pattern of a missile thrown by Steve highlights the advancements in special effects since the s.
When Oscar discovers missiles have been installed near a lumber camp, Steve goes undercover as a lumberjack to investigate. He soon finds out that the site foreman is part of a plot to bring down the presidential plane. Guest star: Monte Markham as Barney Hiller formerly known as Barney Miller, but the character was renamed after his previous appearance to avoid confusion with the sitcom of the same title Alan Oppenheimer returns as Dr.
Steve searches for a missing OSI agent who was about to close an investigation into the theft of hi-tech detecting devices. After Steve takes a room at the boarding house where the agent had been staying, the owner soon disappears, leaving Steve to discover if the disappearances are related.
Investigating a Georgia moonshine operation, the death of a federal agent leads Steve to discover a trail of corruption that starts with a distillery owner, goes through the local sheriff, and ends with a powerful Washington lawyer. When a scientist who defected to Russia for love wants to return to the United States, Steve is assigned to bring him back.
Knowing only life in Russia, the scientist's son is hesitant to join, and by the time Steve convinces him to come along, the Russians learn of their plan and block the escape route, forcing a more dangerous alternative to be used. Ernest Pintoff. Steve investigates a friend accused of stealing secret documents. Guest star: Louis Gossett, Jr. When OSI's communications chief is accused of spying, Steve attempts to prove his innocence and discovers tampered computer memory. He is led to suspect a computer dating service is behind the ilegal activity, but doesn't realize a computer itself has gained sentience and plans to stop Steve any way it can.
While Steve helps a countess retrieve a microdot with important information hidden on a painting in a museum, she helps herself to a masterpiece and replaces it with a forgery. Oscar sends Steve to retrieve the painting from its buyer before a visiting art expert causes embarrassment by discovering the counterfeit currently on display.
While searching for a fallen satellite in the Pacific, Steve rescues a drowning victim who turns out to be an alien. She offers to help him acquire the satellite, which has landed on her race's invisible island.
However, many of the island's populace in fear of a revolution, yet are unable to leave due to a lack of an immune system to Earth illnesses. Steve must get an experimental serum for her before she will help him.
When all physical assaults fail against the new Venus probe, Steve succeeds in tricking it into falling into a pit. However, when it starts drilling towards a city, Steve has a bigger problem than before. A new, deadlier Venus probe is tested in a desolate area as a demonstration for Steve and Oscar, but a threat to Oscar to either hand over nuclear weaponry or see the probe set loose on the public forces Steve to find a way to stop the probe, even though it outmatches him in many ways.
Steve enters a time warp while on an orbital mission, hurling him six years into the future. Upon landing, the authorities arrest him for treason, believing he defected to Russia and was brainwashed into thinking the time warp occurred. Steve has to both prove his innocence and figure out how to get back to his own time.
Steve is assigned to gain the confidence of a scientist who has developed a weapon to capture soldiers non-violently, but refuses to hand over the plans to anyone for fear it could cause drastic results if used on a pilot in flight.
As Steve begins to become his friend and acquire the weapon, the Russians inform the scientist they are holding his wife hostage and demand the device in trade for her safe return. Steve investigates his girlfriend's disappearance while she was piloting a new plane with anti-radar technology. He discovers one of the plane's technicians has been talking to a known trader of military secrets and starts the search for further clues.
Steve is captured on the moon and is forced to help the scientist, who believes he's found a new energy source, and who threatens nuclear devastation on Earth if Steve refuses. The Bionic Woman. Xena: Warrior Princess. Under the watchful eye of OSI director Oscar Goldman Richard Anderson Steve repays his debt to the taxpayers by taking on perilous missions of a highly classified nature.